Each fall and spring, we here at UD squirm with anticipation... not only because of the fact that a Platinum Edition DVD is on the way, but also because accordingly, Luke's richly detailed Platinum Edition review is on the way. And with all the mystery surrounding this one- it might be the most-anticipated yet. Quite a feat, but the review doesn't disappoint (even if the DVD does). I'm angered over the lack of a commentary track and disappointed by the inclusion of so much apparent frivolity. (I am, however, pleased that the making of the Disney Channel music video, which I very much enjoy, has been included... I guess I'd forgotten that it was going to be on there too, so that's a nice surprise because I was just thinking yesterday that I would like to have it). While I entirely disagree on the movie itself, your review conveyed your reasoning well, and I must say you're mighty brave! A really well-written and wonderfully informative review of a DVD that should have been Disney's best to date but certainly sounds like it's far from it. Thanks for putting so much time into it, as it's by far the best Cindy review I've seen yet!
I agree whole-heartedly with you, Aaron. I completely, utterly, and amazingly disagree with Luke
about the film, but I commend him to the highest level for giving us such honesty. I personally know that this will be my favorite Platinum Edition to date, considering Cinderella
is tied with The Little Mermaid
as my favorite Disney film of all time, regardless of if it doesn't have a commentary track (which I would have liked
) Thanks again, Luke
, and good job.
**BTW, I just got out of school and my Mom called my cell. She was at a dentist appointment, which was, luckily, right next to Circuit City. You can guess the rest